Post-Sandy Lower Manhattan recovery almost complete, says Downtown Alliance

After months of closed businesses, repairs, and insanely loud generators across Lower Manhattan, the Post-Hurricane Sandy recovery effort is almost complete. Today February 28th, the Downtown Alliance’s president Elizabeth Berger has released a report on...

Post-Hurricane Sandy Lower Business Recovery- Panel Discussion

Tomorrow February 28th, the Downtown Alliance and the Real Estate Board of New York will be hosting a panel discussion on the Post Hurricane Sandy Lower Manhattan Recovery Efforts and the progress made so far. The panel discussion, located at 100 Wall...

Lower Manhattan redevelopment to include Pier 17 remodeling

Community Board 1 voted last month to support a Howard Hughes Corporation proposal on Pier 17 in the South Street Seaport District. While the city’s land use process is still not finalized, the existing agreement with the city’s Economic Development...

Estimated ConEdison bills burden Lower Manhattan Sandy Victims

As first reported by NY1 television, many Lower Manhattan residents have complained about receiving “higher than average” Con-Edison utility bills that include their time without power from Hurricane Sandy. Con Edison states that the high bills...

Downtown Alliance awards first 17 Small Business Grants

Yesterday, the Alliance for Downtown New York provided $266,269  through 17 grants to Lower Manhattan small businesses, while also issuing $120,000 in deferred grants to six additional small businesses that have not yet reopened since being damaged by...

Lower Manhattan buildings reopening after Hurricane Sandy, but slowly

According to figures released yesterday from Jones Lang LaSalle, Lower Manhattan is experiencing some steady progress with regards to building closings. However, six weeks after the water damage wrought by Hurricane Sandy, 12.4 percent of office space below...

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